The power is back on at the homestead, and we are gearing up and prepping our presentation for the big show this weekend. I'm on the road til Friday, which may be good, as I have no distractions sitting here in a hotel room working on my presentation. It's being changed up - the focus being on making fly selection a more practical matter when it comes to fishing hatches. Emphasis will also be placed on improving presentation without making it complicated, which it is contrary to what some folks will tell you. The title? Eastern Hatches, Practical Matches.
Whether you are a serious or not so serious fly tyer, or a fly fisherman who buys your flies, come on down to the Garden State Exhibit Center this weekend in Somerset, NJ. There will be a whole bunch of tyers from all over the world showing their skills at the vise, seminars and presentations, fly fishing merchandise vendors, casting ponds to try rods out on, and generally a great bunch of folks with common interests. The show hours are:
For more information: The International Fly Tying Symposium
See you at the show.